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Gov’t sets 6.8percent GDP growth

Government has set a target of 6.8percent overall Gross Domestic Product(GDP) real growth for 2020, Finance Minister told Parliament when he presented the budget...

Govt targets 15% tax to GDP growth …as it echoes tough...

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has been tasked to grow the contribution of tax revenue to the national economy from the 13.1 percent that...

About 30% of nation’s GDP lost to corruption … as...

A research report on the cost of education and health by a consortium comprising Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) and SEND-Ghana...

Shifting Tides: Policy Challenges and Opportunities for the G-20

The artist Claude Monet once said, “I worked without stopping, for the tide at this moment is just as I need it.” As the...

Maintain Policy rate at 17% despite price pressures from the fiscal...

According to provisional data from Ghana Statistical Service, GDP for the 1st quarter of 2018 was GH¢54,449.8 million, compared to GH¢46,640.1 million in 2017...

Africa must deepen investment insurance – ATI

The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) has identified investment insurance - which protects investors against unforeseen losses - as a critical missing link that...

35 nominated for 2018 Manufacturing Awards slated for 24th May

Twenty seven institutions and eight individuals have been nominated for the 2018 edition of the Ghana Manufacturing Awards, an award scheme established to celebrate...

Prez warns against bad fishing practices

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing (IUU) methods which are depleting fish stock must not be...

The lost talents …how Ghanaian graduates make a living in China

Many Ghanaian students who have successfully completed their studies at various universities in China prefer to stay and work in the East Asian country...

World Bank raises S.Africa growth forecasts but warns of weak potential

The World Bank raised its forecasts for the South African economy on Tuesday but warned that growth potential would remain weak without concerted efforts...

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